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What you need to know about the global economy: HSBC Global Forecast 2014

Published by Frank Defalco on February 12, 2014

What you need to know about the global economy: HSBC
Global Forecast 2014
As 2014 begins, the growth outlook for the global economy looks modest, with a rebound expected in the emerging markets and Eurozone, and a solid recovery in the US.
According to HSBC’s Global Economics Report Q1 2014, the Canadian economy can expect to, at best, keep pace with the US GDP Growth, driven by business investment and exports.
What are the biggest risks to the Canadian economy? What does this mean for your company, particularly if you are operating cross-border and overseas? What global markets should Canadian companies be looking to for diversification and future business growth?
Join us in your region as David Watt, Chief Economist, HSBC Bank Canada, along with a panel of economic and business experts, discuss these and other key considerations for Canadian companies.

What you will learn:
•           The current state and future outlook of the Canadian and global economy.
•           Emerging trends in Canadian employment, housing, demographics, and business investments.
•           Insights into trade patterns and the leading international markets for Canadian business growth.
•           Key opportunities and challenges for companies operating cross-border and overseas.
 Why you must attend:
·       Gain insight into the global macro-economic trends for 2014.
·       Hear from leading experts about the impact of these trends on businesses in Canada and around the world.
·       Learn how to navigate economic challenges and stay competitive in today’s global marketplace.
·       Discover best practices and opportunities for managing expansion into international markets.
·       Network with business owners and senior level executives from local companies.
Register today, space is limited. Registration is complimentary for CME Members.  Please ensure you select CME on your registration
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